Mableton Elementary School

Pamela Cain, Principal

Lori Arends, 2nd & 4th Administrator  |  Tracy Crum, 3rd & 5th Administrator
Meghan Hinton, K & 1st Administrator  |  Alycia Williams, Special Education Administrator

5220 Church Street
Mableton, GA 30126
Phone: (770) 819 -2513
Fax: (770) 819-2515

Mableton After School Program

Hours: Dismissal until 6:00pm

One Time Registration Fee: $10.00

Cost: $7.00 per day AND MUST be prepaid

Late Fee: $1.00 PER MINUTE

Directors: Gloria Collins and Cheryl Fales

We are dedicated to creating a fun, safe learning environment for our students who choose our after school care. Inside and outside activities are planned and supervised along with time for study. Take advantage of this wonderful program.
The After-School Program (ASP) operates each school day from dismissal to 6:00 p.m. and is a PREPAID program. The cost is $35.00 per week or $7.00 per day per child plus a yearly $10 registration fee. Students receive a snack and there is a mandatory homework period.
Payment should be made out to MABLETON ASP and put in the ASP boxes located throughout the building. Students will not be allowed to attend ASP unless they are prepaid. This will be strictly enforced per Cobb County policy. Please have your student’s name and teacher on the payment envelope, envelopes available at the ASP desk or front office.
Only people designated on the registration form will be allowed to pick up students. Identification will be required. Your child must be signed out at the desk every day.

The After-School Program is a privilege and students are expected to behave properly. The same behavior expectations apply in the After-School Program as during the regular school day. Inappropriate behavior may result in suspension or withdrawal of a student.
Students may be suspended or withdrawn from the After-School Program for the following reasons:

If school closes because of inclement weather or any other reasons, the After-School Program will also close. In this case, instructions will be followed from the inclement weather form given to the student’s homeroom teacher.